In 1900, the golden age of airships had just begun and automobiles were a new curiosity. However, offset printing had been around for a few decades, and the Woolverton Printing Company was busily serving its church clients from its Osage, Iowa home under the guidance of Roy Woolverton. The company moved to Cedar Falls in 1920, expanding its operations to serve the needs of commercial clients in the process. In 1945, a fire destroyed the building. The company rebuilt the site within five months and continued growing. In 1979, prepress and design capabilities were added, along with a “quick print” center.

As Apple was revolutionizing the computer industry in 1984, Woolverton was doubling the size of its church business. The continued evolution of computers led to radical change in the prepress operations, the addition of a third shift of staff and in 1999, the company moved to a new state-of-the-art facility with a full complement of presses, printers, binding and mailing machines and a talented staff of artisans and technicians. Today, Woolverton remains on the cutting edge of the industry, mastering digital printing, variable data solutions, and world class customer fulfillment.

Woolverton’s emphasis has always been on quality results, produced efficiently and in a cost-effective manner. The sheer variety of communication solutions offered today virtually guarantees there’s one that meets your needs. Discover printing innovation by contacting a Woolverton representative today.